CHALLENGES TO SECURITY IN SPACE

January 24, 2019

Space-based capabilities provide integral support to military, commercial, and civilian applications. Longstanding technological and cost barriers to space are falling, enabling more countries and commercial firms to participate in satellite construction, space launch, space exploration, and human spaceflight. Although these advancements are creating new opportunities, new risks for space-enabled services have emerged. Having seen the benefits of space-enabled operations, some foreign governments are developing capabilities that threaten others’ ability to use space.

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Venustech has a state-level network security technology research and development center and a world-class security research and service team. It has applied for hundreds of technical patents and made many pioneering achievements in the industry: the world’s first IDS hardware product, China’s first distributed vulnerability scanning system, China’s first 10 Gigabit multi-core UTM platform, realization of significant breakthrough in 10 Gigabit UTM core technology and China’s first postdoctoral workstation for the enterprise's network security. To date, Venustech has dig out 74 common vulnerabilities and exposures in total, the highest record across Asia. Venustech was the first enterprise in China to join Microsoft MAPP program.

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